This blog is inspired by the "Ringing Cedars of Russia" series by Russian author Vladimir Megre. Please see "Anastasia the Vedrus" on the following link on this blog: http://co-creatingournewearth.blogspot.co.nz/2012/05/anastasia-of-vedrus.html
Thursday, 10 May 2012
ANASTASIA ON THE CREATION
ANASTASIA ON THE CREATION: BOOK 4, CHAPTER 2: "CO-CREATION"
"Picture what it was like in the very beginning. There was as yet no Earth. There was as yet no matter to reflect the light of the Universe. But still, even as now, the Universe was filled with a great multitude of diverse energies. Living energy elements thought in the dark, and created in the dark. They needed no external light-source. Within themselves, for themselves, they shone. And each contained everything - thought, feelings and the energy of aspiration...
"There was no way these elements of the Universe could come into contact with each other. Within each element multiple energies created movement... and each considered that they were alone in space...
"And all at once, as by an impulse, each element was touched by communication! All of them at once, throughout the unfathomable Universe. Throughout those complexes of living energy one suddenly began illuminating the rest... the resulting complex bore a most striking resemblance to Man! To Man who is still living today! It was similar to his second self. Not the material, but the eternal, sacred self...
From all across the unfathomable Universe one question was uttered by all, addressed only to Him:
" 'What do you so fervently desire?' everyone enquired.
"And He, confident in His dream, replied:
" 'Conjoint creation and joy for all from it contemplation'
" 'And what may bring joy to everyone in the Universe?'
" 'The birth of what? ...'
" 'A birth in which will be included particles of all! ...'
"From all quarters of the Universe all elements simultaneously released the multitude of their energies into Him alone...
"... in each one's consciousness one fact gleamed: that nothing could be higher or stronger that the One energy of the Universe - the energy of the Divine dream.
"God possessed the energy of the dream. He was able to take in and compile all within Himself, bring all into balance, reconcile opposites and begin to create... He did it all alone. Alone in the darkness of the unfathomable Universe. Alone he set into motion the diverse energies of the whole Universe... The Creator found Himself standing in empty space. And that empty space was expanding ...
"With His fervent dream He alone unfolded His marvellous creations in their sheen...
"And all at once he sensed a touch...
"... Everywhere from all quarters in turn. He felt the burn of a new unfamiliar energy, and then it withdrew to warm Him with its warmth from a distance, filling all with some kind of new power. And all that was previously empty space suddenly began to radiate with grace...
God unenquired with tender ecstasy:
" 'Who are you? What kind of energy are you? ...'
" 'The Energy of Love and Inspiration am I.'
" 'A particle of you is within Me...'
" 'You are God. Your energy - the dream of Your Soul - has been able to bring everything into the harmony of the whole... '
" 'What do you desire? Why have you touched Me with all the power of your fire?'
" 'I have realised that I am Love. I cannot remain simply a particle of... I desire to give my whole self to Your Soul... I shall fill with myself the empty space around You. I shall warm with my cheer all the room within and around You. You shall not be touched by the cold of the Universe and its gloom... '
" 'What is goin on here? What indeed? You have begun to shine even brighter!'
" 'I am not doing this alone. This is the presence of Your energy! Your Soul! It is only being reflected by me. Your reflected light comes back, back to your invisible Inner Self...'
" 'Everything is proceeding with acceleration. Everything is astir in Me. O, how marvellous is inspiration here above! And now let the dreams of My creation come to fruition in most radiant Love!' "
Co-creation: Book 4, The Ringing Cedars of Russia Vladimir Megre (2006, 1st ed,) pp. 7-10 (excerpts)